Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.

Speicication:

Product: Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.

Biotanical Name: Urtica dioica L.

Apparence: Yellow Brown fine powder

Specification List:

Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.

1.0% Silica 1.0% β-Sitosterols (UV/HPLC)

DER 6-18:1

Origin: China

Other Name: Urtica dioica, often known as common nettle, stinging nettle (although not all plants of this species sting) or nettle leaf, or just a nettle or stinger,

 

What is Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.?

Nettle extract is a standardized herbal extract of Urtica dioica L. root, a plant widely distributed throughout the temperate zones of Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and North and South America. Nettle (Urtica dioica L.) is a herbaceous perennial that has been used for centuries in folk medicine.

 

What are the effect of Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.?

  1. There is evidence that taking stinging nettle by mouth or applying it to the skin might reduce pain in people with osteoarthritis. Research suggests that using stinging nettle might reduce the need for pain medications.
  2. Nettle extract are used in the treatment of prostatic diseases especially benign prostatic hypertrophy (international stages I-II, stages II-III according to Vahlensick), and for the stabilisation of the urodynamic of patient. The therapy with nettle results in relief of symptoms, such as pollakisuria (frequent urination), nocturne (frequent nocturnal urination) and urinary urgency. Residual urine is reduced and urinary outflow is improved

 

Specification List of Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L..

1.0% Silica 1.0% β-Sitosterols (UV/HPLC)

DER 6-18:1

 

Why Lifebio Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.?

  1. 100% Vegan
  2. cGMP manufacturing
  3. Organic availble
  4. Allergen Free
  5. GMO Free
  6. Non-irradiated

 

Recommended Dosage of Nettle Extract/Nettle Root Extract/Urtica dioica L.

Clinical trials for BPH have used aqueous extracts of U. dioica root in dosages of 360 mg daily over 6 months and methanol root extract in dosages of 600 to 1,200 mg daily for 6 to 9 weeks. Dosages of 600 mg of freeze-dried nettle leaf have been used in a clinical trial for allergic rhinitis.